European Network Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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Combating Trafficking in Human Beings: Directory of Practitioners' Manuals and Handbooks

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Combating Trafficking in Human Beings: Directory of Practitioners' Manuals and Handbooks
La Strada Bulgaria, Animus Association
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UNODC, OSCE/ODIHR, IOM, La Strada International, Save the Children, GAATW, WHO, Coalition “All for Fair Trials”, UNHCR, UNDP, UNICEF, ECPAT, International Human Rights Law Group, Coalition “All for Fair Trials”, UNHCR, “On the Road” Association Anti-Slavery International, International Federation Terre des Hommes, ILo, National Referral Mechanisms, Prevention, Protection, Reintegration Services, Labour Migration, Law Enforcement, Domestic Violence, Refugee Protection, Police, Border Guards, Customs Officials, Identification, Health, Social Assistance, Hotline, Rehabilitation, Child Trafficking, Sexual Exploitation, Child Labour, Gender-Based Violence, Forced Labour, Domestic Workers, Migrant Workers
This directory of practitioners’ manuals and handbooks endeavors to present in a systematic and user-friendly way up-to-date information about manuals and handbooks on human trafficking that can be useful to as many practitioners working in a variety of areas as possible. It does not claim to be exhaustive nor representative – there are countless other superb sources available worldwide and reference to them is often included within the publications presented here. It aims to summarize and describe in a simple way all the editions to which Animus Association gained access. It is organized in a very simple way. The manuals are categorized into five broad sections. This categorization is intended only to operationalize the directory. Presentation of each particular manual is kept as concise as possible, so that you can quickly review several options. The logic of their presentation is very simple, too. Within a page the titles and covers of the manuals are presented, followed by a brief acknowledgement of the authors and projects behind them. There is also a presentation of the contents and a general description. Most of the included resources are available electronically and the links to them were active at the time of publication.
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